Jodhpur Clash Review Review: It is set to arrive home at 10 Jodhpur city police stations on Tuesday following a public outcry. Udai Mandir, Nagori Gate, Head Phalsa, Pratap Nagar, Dev Nagar, Soor Sagar and Sardarpura are within the boundaries of the police stations where they were scheduled to arrive home until May 4 at midnight, according to the police control room.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot has directed Home Affairs Minister Rajendra Yadav, Jodhpur Subhash Garg, Permanent Secretary to the Presidency Abhay Kumar and Extraordinary DG (Law and Order) Hawa Singh Ghumaria to -Jodhpur by helicopter. Gehlot chaired a high-level review meeting on the link and provided the necessary guidelines. A few hours before Eid, a riot broke out in Jodhpur that resulted in a stone-throwing. Five police officers were injured in the incident at midnight. The situation was tense as police were heavily deployed, but the situation escalated after the Eid Namaz on Tuesday morning when some people threw stones at the Jalori Gate.
Take drastic action against the perpetrators of Jodhpur violence: CM Gehlot officials
Rajasthan Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday described the unrest in Jodhpur unfortunately and ordered officials to take drastic action against those involved. The criminal, regardless of his religion, class or class, should not be left out, the CM told officials speaking at a high-level meeting in the Office of the Prime Minister. “These traditions must continue,” CM said, urging the public to keep the peace, according to a statement. He also called on officials to organize community-based organization (CLG) meetings throughout the region and to create a spirit of peace between the various communities. Gehlot said anti-social issues should be identified at the police station and serious action should be taken. He said legal action should be taken against those who spread misleading messages and rumors on social media.
Gehlot government protects those involved in violation of law and order, union minister said
The state of law and order is not good in Rajasthan. What happened this morning in Namaz was that shortly thereafter cars were destroyed, houses were stoned, women were insulted in Jodhpur. Police have not taken any action to stop this: Union Minister and Jodhpur MP Gajendra S Shekhawat
Jodhpur: The Minister of State for Home Affairs will visit the site of the violence
Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot has directed Home Affairs Minister Rajendra Yadav, Jodhpur Sub-Minister Subhash Garg, Extraordinary Secretary-General of Home Affairs Abhay Kumar and Extraordinary DG (Law and Order) Hawa Singh Ghumaria to fly to Jodhpur helicopter. Gehlot chaired a high-level review meeting on the link and provided the necessary guidelines.